- 1 Does dying your hair platinum blonde damage it?
- 2 What’s the difference between icy blonde and platinum?
- 3 Can you go platinum blonde without bleach?
- 4 How do I know if I will look good with platinum blonde hair?
- 5 How can I get my hair platinum white?
- 6 How long does it take to go from brown to platinum blonde?
- 7 Can I pull off platinum blonde hair?
- 8 Should you dye your hair platinum blonde?
- 9 What should I wear with platinum blonde hair?
- 10 What kind of toner should I use to get platinum blonde hair?
- 11 How do you dye platinum blonde hair?
Does dying your hair platinum blonde damage it?
Even when it’s done by a professional, bleaching your hair will damage it a bit. Because going platinum blonde usually means at least two rounds of a bleach process (and potentially a third or fourth process depending on how your hair reacts to bleach), it’s even more damaging than the usual blonde highlights.
What’s the difference between icy blonde and platinum?
The distinctions between icy blonde and platinum hair are small but crucial. Ice blonde hair is as pale in color, but instead of being bright white platinum blonde, it harnesses violet or blue tones for an extra hint of icy shimmer.
Can you go platinum blonde without bleach?
Bleach does have its drawbacks, but luckily, it’s not always necessary to use it. If your hair is light enough, it is possible to get blonde hair without bleach. You can use a high lift dye or even regular permanent dye in many circumstances.
How do I know if I will look good with platinum blonde hair?
Consider Your Skin Tone Women with cool skin tones generally look better in platinum colors than women with warm skin tones. Cool skin tones tend to be ruddy, not golden. If you have a pink or peachy complexion with pink or blue skin undertones, and you tend to burn before you tan, you’ve got cool skin tone.
How can I get my hair platinum white?
How to Get White Hair at Home (5 Easy Steps)
- Step 1: Apply Coconut Oil. The first thing I love to do before bleaching is put in a little hair mask for a few hours.
- Step 2: Apply Bleach.
- Step 3: Let Bleach Sit, Then Rinse Hair.
- Step 4: Repeat Until You Achieve a Light Yellow Color.
- Step 5: Tone Your Hair.
How long does it take to go from brown to platinum blonde?
Lightening your hair overall, with highlighting and toning to achieve your perfect blonde – this process will take approximately three hours. You’ll need root touch ups every four weeks plus highlights at every second appointment.
Can I pull off platinum blonde hair?
Let’s start by saying this: everyone can go blonde (yes, even YOU can pull it off). But the key is finding the right tone for your skin color. Dreaming of yourself with the platinum strands of Gwen Stefani is all well and good, but you need to bring your personal complexion into consideration.
Should you dye your hair platinum blonde?
You should avoid platinum hair dye if you already have colored hair. “Removing color out of the hair can be very damaging, and often doesn’t lift to light blonde tones without breaking,” continues Hiserodt. FInally, it’s important to be aware that platinum blonde hair is seriously high maintenance.
What should I wear with platinum blonde hair?
The classic black shade is suitable for everyone, and especially the blondes with platinum hair. The little black dress or a black suit-and-pants combo will make a perfect every day look.
What kind of toner should I use to get platinum blonde hair?
Decide what you want your end color to be, and choose a toner that will work to neutralize unwanted pigments to get the cool, natural-looking blonde you want. If you’re trying to cancel out orange tones to achieve a dark, ashy blonde or light brown, a blue toner is your best bet. Going for a platinum or silvery blonde?
How do you dye platinum blonde hair?
For a natural platinum look, dye it with a natural blonde mixture with 20 developer, since the hair is already bleached. Leave it on for 25 minutes. For pale silver platinum, use a platinum dye with 20 developer, and leave on for 25 minutes.